We found yellowcake, Joe Wilson, and eventually enriched uranium, Scott Ritter.
Another Hebonics pattern is moving the subject of a sentence to the end, with its pronoun at the beginning: "It's beautiful, that dress."That's exactly what we would say in Greek. Which just goes to show you, you can call it hebonics or whatever you want, but in reality this is how normal people talk. Here's another example:
It will be the latest example of widening appeals for textbook reform across the Islamic world. Barely a whisper just a few years ago, the demands have begun to draw attention at the highest levels. Educators and activists argue that current battles against Islamic extremism are only superficial without deep revisions of schoolbooks - similar to efforts to purge Balkan lessons of ethnic slurs following the wars of the 1990s.Jordan and Pakistan are making efforts to change the school curriculum. If only the same could be said of the Saudis:
"The recent changes in the Saudi textbooks do not offer any real improvement in the level of hatred that the school children are taught," said Logan Barclift, an analyst at the Institute for Gulf Affairs, a Washington-based group that monitors politics and education in the Gulf.
"As long as this continues, it will be much harder for a more tolerant view of Islam to take hold in the Arab world." But major changes are not expected. Saudi education is directed by some of the most conservative forces in the kingdom. One petition, signed by some judges and clerics last year, denounced the reforms as American pressure and aimed to take "the kingdom along the path of infidels." A similar confrontation took place in Kuwait, a solid U.S.-ally that fears domestic radicals could gain strength.
Saddam: ``The rights of a defendant when he is in a building - which is the Military Industrialization building that is a court now - should be under the supervision of the court when it comes to administration.''
Amin: ``That is the case. Sign the power of attorney.''
Saddam: ``I want to reach this step because you opened the way for signing. 'The lawyer asked me do you have a pen?' I don't have a pen.''